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Introduction

The TICK stack is a collection of products from the developers of the time-series database InfluxDB. It is made up of the following components:

  •     Telegraf collects time-series data from a variety of sources.
  •     InfluxDB stores time-series data.
  •     Chronograf visualizes and graphs the time-series data.
  •     Kapacitor provides alerting and detects anomalies in time-series data.

You can use each of these components separately, but if you use them together, you'll have a scalable, integrated open-source system for processing time-series data.

In this tutorial you'll set up and use this platform as an open-source monitoring system. You'll generate a bit of CPU usage and receive an email alert when the usage gets too high.
Prerequisites

Before you get started, you'll need the following:

    One CentOS 7 server set up by following the CentOS 7 initial server setup guide, including a sudo non-root user and a firewall.
    If you wish to secure the Chronograf user interface as explained in Step 7, you'll need a GitHub account that's part of a GitHub organization. Follow this tutorial to create a GitHub organization.

Step 1 — Adding the TICK Stack Repository

The TICK stack compoents aren't available through the package manager by default. All TICK stack components use the same repository, so we'll set up a repository configuration file to make installation seamless.

Create this new file:

  
Code:
  sudo vi /etc/yum.repos.d/influxdata.repo


Place the following configuration in the new file:
/etc/yum.repos.d/influxdata.repo


Code:
[influxdb]
name = InfluxData Repository - RHEL $releasever
baseurl = https://repos.influxdata.com/rhel/$releasever/$basearch/stable
enabled = 1
gpgcheck = 1
gpgkey = https://repos.influxdata.com/influxdb.key


Save the file and exit the editor. Now we can install and configure InfluxDB
Step 2 — Installing InfluxDB and Configuring Authentication

InfluxDB is an open-source database optimized for fast, high-availability storage and retrieval of time series data. InfluxDB is great for operations monitoring, application metrics, and real-time analytics.

Run the following command to install InfluxDB:

Code:
    sudo yum install influxdb


During the installation process, you will be asked to import a GPG key. Confirm that you wish to import this key so the installation can continue.

Once the installation completes, start the InfluxDB service:

    sudo systemctl start influxdb

Then ensure the service is running properly:

 
Code:
   systemctl status influxdb


You will see the following status, verifying that the service is running:


Quote:[secondary_label Output
    ● influxdb.service - InfluxDB is an open-source, distributed, time series database
       Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/influxdb.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
       Active: active (running) since Tue 2017-02-07 13:19:31 EET; 2min 46s ago
         Docs: https://docs.influxdata.com/influxdb/
     Main PID: 14290 (influxd)


InfluxDB is running, but you'll want to enable user authentication to restrict access to the database. Lets create at least one admin user.

Start the InfluxDB console:

    influx

Execute the following command to create a new admin user. We'll create a sammy user with the password sammy_admin, but you can use whatever you'd like.

   
Quote: CREATE USER "sammy" WITH PASSWORD 'sammy_admin' WITH ALL PRIVILEGES


Verify that the user is created:

    show users

You'll see the following output, verifying that your user was created:


Quote:Output
    user  admin
    ----  -----
    sammy true


Now that the user exists, exit the InfluxDB console:

Quote:    exit


Now open the file /etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf in your editor. This is the configuration file for InfluxDB.

Code:
    sudo vi /etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf


Locate the [http] section, uncomment the auth-enabled option, and set its value to true :
/etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf

Quote:...
    [http]
      # Determines whether HTTP endpoint is enabled.
      # enabled = true

      # The bind address used by the HTTP service.
      # bind-address = ":8086"

      # Determines whether HTTP authentication is enabled.
      auth-enabled = true
...


Then save the file, exit the editor, and restart the InfluxDB service:

Code:
    sudo systemctl restart influxdb


InfluxDB is now configured, so let's install Telegraf, an agent for collecting metrics.
Step 3 — Installing and Configuring Telegraf

Telegraf is an open-source agent that collects metrics and data on the system it's running on, or from other services. Telegraf then writes the data to InfluxDB or other outputs.

Run the following command to install Telegraf:

Code:
    sudo yum install telegraf


Telegraf uses plugins to input and output data. The default output plugin is for InfluxDB. Since we’ve enabled user authentication for IndexDB, we have to modify Telegraf's configuration file to specify the username and password we've configured. Open the Telegraf configuration file in your editor:

Code:
    sudo vi /etc/telegraf/telegraf.conf


Locate the [outputs.influxdb] section and provide the username and password:
/etc/telegraf/telegraf.conf


Quote:    [[outputs.influxdb]]
      ## The full HTTP or UDP endpoint URL for your InfluxDB instance.
      ## Multiple urls can be specified as part of the same cluster,
      ## this means that only ONE of the urls will be written to each interval.
      # urls = ["udp://localhost:8089"] # UDP endpoint example
      urls = ["http://localhost:8086"] # required
      ## The target database for metrics (telegraf will create it if not exists).
      database = "telegraf" # required

      ...


    
Quote:  ## Write timeout (for the InfluxDB client), formatted as a string.
      ## If not provided, will default to 5s. 0s means no timeout (not recommended).
      timeout = "5s"
      username = "sammy"
      password = "sammy_admin"
      ## Set the user agent for HTTP POSTs (can be useful for log differentiation)
      # user_agent = "telegraf"
      ## Set UDP payload size, defaults to InfluxDB UDP Client default (512 bytes)
      # udp_payload = 512


Save the file, exit the editor, and start Telegraf:

 
Code:
   sudo systemctl start telegraf


Then check whether the service is running properly:

Code:
    systemctl status telegraf


You will see the following status, indicating Telegraf is running.


Quote:Output
    ● telegraf.service - The plugin-driven server agent for reporting metrics into InfluxDB
       Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/telegraf.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
       Active: active (running) since Tue 2017-02-07 13:32:36 EET; 3min 27s ago
         Docs: https://github.com/influxdata/telegraf
     Main PID: 14412 (telegraf)

Telegraf is now collecting data and writing it to InfluxDB. Let’s open the InfluxDB console and see which measurements Telegraf is storing in the database. Connect with the username and password you previously configured:

Code:
    influx -username 'sammy' -password 'sammy_admin'


Once logged in, execute this command to see the available databases:

Code:
    show databases


You'll see the telegraf database listed in the output:

Quote:Output
    name: databases
    name
    ----
    _internal
    telegraf


Note: If you do not see the telegraf database, check the Telegraf settings you configured to ensure you've specified the proper username and password.

Let's see what Telegraf is storing in that database. Execute the following command to switch to the Telegraf database:

 
Quote:   use telegraf


Display the various measurements Telegraf has collected by executing this command:


Quote:    show measurements


You'll see the following output:

Quote:Output
    name: measurements
    name
    ----
    cpu
    disk
    diskio
    kernel
    mem
    processes
    swap
    system


As you can see, Telegraf has collected and stored lots of information in this database.

There are more then 60 input plugins for Telegraf. It can gather metrics from many popular services and databases, including:


Quote:    Apache
    Cassandra
    Docker
    Elasticsearch
    Graylog
    IPtables
    MySQL
    PostgreSQL
    Redis
    SNMP
    and many others


You can view usage instructions for each input plugin by running telegraf -usage plugin-name in a terminal window.

Exit the InfluxDB console:


Code:
    exit


Now that we know Telegraf is storing measurements, let's set up Kapacitor to process the data.
Step 4 — Installing Kapacitor

Kapacitor is a data processing engine. It lets you plug in your own custom logic to process alerts with dynamic thresholds, match metrics for patterns, or identify statistical anomalies. We will use Kapacitor to read data from InfluxDB, generate alerts, and send those alerts to a specified email address.

Run the following command to install Kapacitor:

Code:
    sudo yum install kapacitor


Open the Kapacitor configuration file in your editor:


Code:
    sudo vi /etc/kapacitor/kapacitor.conf


Locate the [[influxdb]] section and provide the username and password to connect to the InfluxDB database:
/etc/kapacitor/kapacitor.conf

# Multiple InfluxDB configurations can be defined.
# Exactly one must be marked as the default.
# Each one will be given a name and can be referenced in batch queries and InfluxDBOut nodes.

Quote:[[influxdb]]
  # Connect to an InfluxDB cluster
  # Kapacitor can subscribe, query and write to this cluster.
  # Using InfluxDB is not required and can be disabled.
  enabled = true
  default = true
  name = "localhost"
  urls = ["http://localhost:8086"]
  username = "sammy"
  password = "sammy_admin"
...


Save the file, exit the editor, and start Kapacitor:


Code:
    sudo systemctl daemon-reload
    sudo systemctl start kapacitor


Now let’s verify that Kapacitor is running. Check Kapacitor's task list with the following command:

 
Code:
   kapacitor list tasks


If Kapacitor is up and running, you'll see an empty list of tasks, like this:


Quote:Output
    ID                            Type      Status    Executing Databases and Retention Policies


With Kapacitor installed and configured, let's install the user interface component of the TICK stack so we can see some results and configure some alerts.
Step 5 — Installing and Configuring Chronograf

Chronograf is a graphing and visualization application that provides tools to visualize monitoring data and create alerting and automation rules. It includes support for templates, and has a library of intelligent, pre-configured dashboards for common data sets. We'll configure it to connect to the other components we've installed.

Download and install the latest package:


Code:
    w get https://dl.influxdata.com/chronograf/releases/chronograf-1.2.0~beta3.x86_64.rpm
    sudo yum localinstall chronograf-1.2.0~beta3.x86_64.rpm


Then start the Chronograf service:


Code:
    sudo systemctl start chronograf


Note: If you are using FirewallD, configure it to allow connections to port8888:


Code:
    sudo firewall-cmd --zone=public --permanent --add-port=8888/tcp
    sudo firewall-cmd --reload


Follow the tutorial How To Set Up a Firewall Using FirewallD on CentOS 7 to learn more about FirewallD rules.

Now you can access the Chronograf interface by visiting http://your_server_ip:8888 in your web browser.

You'll see a welcome page like the one in the following figure:

The Chronograf welcome screen with fields to connect to a data source

Enter the username and password for the InfluxDB database and click Connect New Source to proceed.

Once connected, you will see a list of hosts. Click on the hostname for your server to open a dashboard with a series of system-level graphs about your host, as shown in the following image:

The dashboard for your server

Now let’s connect Chronograf to Kapacitor to set up an alert. Hover over the last item in the left navigation menu and click Kapacitor to open the configuration page.

Configuring Kapacitor

Use the default connection details; we didn't configure a username and password for Kapacitor. Click Connect Kapacitor. Once Kapacitor successfully connects, you'll see the Configure Alert Endpoints section appear below the form.

Kapacitor supports multiple alert endpoints:

    HipChat
    OpsGenie
    PagerDuty
    Sensu
    Slack
    SMTP
    Talk
    Telegram
    VictorOps

The simplest communication method is SMTP, which is selected by default. Fill in the From email field with the address from which alerts will be sent, and click Save. You can leave the rest of the details at the default values.

With the configuration in place, let's create some alerts.
Step 6 — Configuring Alerts

Let's set up a simple alert that looks for high CPU usage.

Hover over the left navigation menu, find the ALERTING section and click Kapacitor Rules. Then click Create New Rule.

In the first section, select the time-series by clicking on telegraf.autogen. Then select system from the list that appears. Then select load1. You will immediately see a corresponding graph in the section below.

Above the graph, locate the field that says Send Alert where load1 is Greater Than and enter 1.0 for the value.

Then paste the following text into the Alert Message field to configure the text of the alert message:

{{ .ID }} is {{ .Level }} value: {{ index .Fields "value" }}

You can hover your mouse over the entries in the Templates section to get descriptions of each field.

Then choose the Smtp option from the Send this Alert to dropdown list and enter your email address in the associated field.

By default, you will receive messages in the JSON format, like this:
Example message

{
    "Name":"system",
    "TaskName":"chronograf-v1-50c67090-d74d-42ba-a47e-45ba7268619f",
    "Group":"nil",
    "Tags":{
        "host":"centos-tick"
    },
    "ID":"TEST:nil",
    "Fields":{
        "value":1.25
    },
    "Level":"CRITICAL",
    "Time":"2017-03-08T12:09:30Z",
    "Message":"TEST:nil is CRITICAL value: 1.25"
}

You can set up more human-readable messages for the mail alerts. To do this, enter your message in the text box with the Put email body text here placeholder.

You can rename this rule by clicking its name on the top left corner of the page and entering a new name.

Finally, click Save Rule on the top right to finish configuring this rule.

To test this newly-created alert, create a CPU spike by using the dd command to read data from /dev/zero and send it to /dev/null:


Code:
    dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/null

Let the command run for several minutes, which should be enough to create a spike. You can stop the command at any time by pressing CTRL+C.

After a while, you will receive an e-mail message. Additionally, you can see all of your alerts by clicking Alert history in the left navigation menu of the Chronograf user interface.

Note:Once you've verified that you can receive alerts, be sure to stop the dd command you started with CTRL+C.

We've got alerts running, but anyone can log into Chronograf. Let's restrict acess.
Step 7 — Securing Chronograf with OAuth

By default, anyone who knows the address of the server running the Chronograf application can view any data. It's acceptable for the testing environment but not for production. Chronograf supports OAuth authentication for Google, Heroku, and GitHub. We'll configure logging in via a GitHub account, so you'll need one to proceed.

First, register a new application with GitHub. Log into your GitHub account and navigate to https://github.com/settings/applications/new.

Then fill in the form with the following details:

    Fill in Application name with Chronograf or a suitable descriptive name.
    For the Homepage URL, use http://your_server_ip:8888.
    Fill in the Authorization callback URL with http://your_server_ip:8888/oauth/github/callback.
    Click Register application to save the settings.
    Copy the Client ID and Client Secret values provided on the next screen.

Next, edit Chronograf's systemd script to enable authentication. Open the file /usr/lib/systemd/system/chronograf.service:


Code:
    sudo vi /usr/lib/systemd/system/chronograf.service


Then locate the [Service] section and edit the line starting with ExecStart=:
/usr/lib/systemd/system/chronograf.service


Quote:[Service]
User=chronograf
Group=chronograf
ExecStart=/usr/bin/chronograf --host 0.0.0.0 --port 8888 -b /var/lib/chronograf/chronograf-v1.db -c /usr/share/chronograf/canned -t 'secret_token' -i 'your_github_client_id' -s 'your_github_client_secret' -o 'your_github_organization'
KillMode=control-group
Restart=on-failure


The secret_token is required by all OAuth providers. Set it to a random string. Use your Github Client ID, Github Client Secret, and Github Organization for the other values.

Warning: If you omit the Github organization option from the command, any Github user will be able to log in to your Chronograf instance. Create a Github organization and add the appropriate users to the organization to restrict access.

Save the file, exit the editor, and restart the Chronograf service:


Code:
    sudo systemctl daemon-reload
    sudo systemctl restart chronograf


Open http://your_server_ip:8888 to access the Chronograf interface. This time you'll be presented with a Login with Github button. Click the button to log in and you'll be asked to allow the application to access your Github account. Once you allow access, you'll be logged in.
Conclusion

In this tutorial you saw how the TICK stack can be a powerful tool for storing, analyzing and visualizing time series data. It has many features and use cases. For example, you can use Kapacitor to perform anomaly detection or build live leaderboard of game scores. You can learn more about TICK stack by reading the official documentation.

The default Apache settings that cPanel sets upon install are definitely something that can be improved on. With a few small tweaks, the efficiency with which Apache runs with can be greatly improved.
Please noted: This article assumes that you are using a Linux server running Apache and cPanel or Plesk, and that you are familiar with editing files from the command line.

To start, open the Apache configuration file and finding the directives section. On a cPanel server, it will be located in /usr/local/apache/conf/. On a Plesk server, it will be in /etc/httpd/conf/. If you are using vi or vim: once you open the file, you can find the directives by scrolling through the file, or by typing forward-slash ‘/’ and typing the exact string that you are looking for (search is case specific).

Code:
[[email protected] /] vim /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf

or
Code:
[[email protected] /] vim /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
This list is a composite of the settings we will be reviewing from fresh install on a cPanel server:
Code:
Timeout 300
KeepAlive On
MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
KeepAliveTimeout 15
MinSpareServers 5
MaxSpareServers 10
StartServers 5
MaxClients 150
MaxRequestsPerChild 0
Please note, the settings that we will review in this article are by no means a complete list of tweakable options in the Apache configuration file. The settings we will be focusing on are the ones that control how Apache handles webpage requests.
Timeout
Quote:Timeout 300
Usually this value doesn’t require editing and a default of 300 is sufficient. Lowering the ‘Timeout’ value will cause a long running script to terminate earlier than expected.
On virtualized servers like VPS servers, lowering this value to 100 can help improve performance.

KeepAlive
Quote:KeepAlive On
This setting should be “On” unless the server is getting requests from hundreds of IPs at once.
High volume and/or load balanced servers should have this setting disabled (Off) to increase connection throughput.

MaxKeepAliveRequests
Quote:MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
This setting limits the number of requests allowed per persistent connection when KeepAlive is on. If it is set to 0, unlimited requests will be allowed.
It is recommended to keep this value at 100 for virtualized accounts like VPS accounts. On dedicated servers it is recommended that this value be modified to 150.

KeepAliveTimeout
Quote:KeepAliveTimeout 15
The number of seconds Apache will wait for another request before closing the connection. Setting this to a high value may cause performance problems in heavily loaded servers. The higher the timeout, the more server processes will be kept occupied waiting on connections with idle clients.
It is recommended that this value be lowered to 5 on all servers.

MinSpareServers
Quote:MinSpareServers 5
This directive sets the desired minimum number of idle child server processes. An idle process is one which is not handling a request. If there are fewer spareservers idle then specified by this value, then the parent process creates new children at a maximum rate of 1 per second. Setting this parameter to a large number is almost always a bad idea.
Liquidweb recommends adjusting the value for this setting to the following:
Virtualized server, ie VPS 5
Dedicated server with 1-2GB RAM 10
Dedicated server with 2-4GB RAM 20
Dedicated server with 4+ GB RAM 25
MaxSpareServers
Quote:MaxSpareServers 10
The MaxSpareServers directive sets the desired maximum number of idle child server processes. An idle process is one which is not handling a request. If there are more than MaxSpareServers idle, then the parent process will kill off the excess processes.
The MaxSpareServers value should be set as double the value that is set in MinSpareServers.

StartServers
Quote:StartServers 5
This directivesets the number of child server processes created on startup. This value should mirror what is set in MinSpareServers.

MaxClients
Quote:MaxClients 150
This directive sets the limit on the number of simultaneous requests that will be served. Any connection attempts over the specified limit will be queued. Once a process is freed at the end of a different request, the queued connection will then be served.
For virtualized servers such as VPS accounts, it is recommended to keep this value at 150. For all dedicated servers the recommended value for this setting is 250.
MaxRequestsPerChild
Quote:MaxRequestsPerChild 0
This directive sets the limit on the number of requests that an individual child server process will handle. After the number of requests reaches the value specified, the child process will die. When this value is set at 0, then the process will never expire.
Liquidweb recommends adjusting the value for this setting to the following:
Virtualized server, ie VPS 300
Dedicated server with 1-4GB RAM 500
Dedicated server with 4+GB RAM 1000
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1. Confirm your version of PHP is the CentOS 6.7 default
 
Type in the following:
 

Code:
rpm -qa | grep php
 
Should output similar to the following:
 
Code:
php-cli-5.3.3-46.el6_6.x86_64

Code:
php-common-5.3.3-46.el6_6.x86_64

Code:
php-5.3.3-46.el6_6.x86_64
 
Great, let’s move on.
 
2. Install and activate the REMI and EPEL RPM Repositories
 
Type in the following to download and install the required files:
 
Code:
w get https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-6.noarch.rpm && rpm -Uvh epel-release-latest-6.noarch.rpm
Code:
w get http://rpms.famillecollet.com/enterprise/remi-release-6.rpm && rpm -Uvh remi-release-6*.rpm
 
Now to enable the REMI repository globally:
 
Code:
nano /etc/yum.repos.d/remi.repo
 
Under the section that looks like [remi] make the following changes:
 
Code:
[remi]

Code:
name=Remi's RPM repository for Enterprise Linux 6 - $basearch

Code:
#baseurl=http://rpms.remirepo.net/enterprise/6/remi/$basearch/

Code:
mirrorlist=http://rpms.remirepo.net/enterprise/6/remi/mirror

Code:
enabled=1

Code:
gpgcheck=1

Code:
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-remi
 
Press CTRL-O to save, and CTRL-X to exit, and we can continue.
 
3. Update PHP from 5.3 to 5.4
 
Easy as pie, simply type in the following:
 
Code:
yum -y update php*
 
Once that’s done, we can verify:
 
Code:
rpm -qa | grep php
 
And we should see something similar to the below:
 
Code:
php-common-5.4.45-1.el6.remi.x86_64

Code:
php-5.4.45-1.el6.remi.x86_64

Code:
php-cli-5.4.45-1.el6.remi.x86_64
 
Make sure PHP is working correctly:
 
Code:
php -v
 
You should see something similar to the following:
 
Code:
PHP 5.4.45 (cli) (built: Sep 2 2015 18:54:00)

Code:
Copyright (c) 1997-2014 The PHP Group

Code:
Zend Engine v2.4.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2014 Zend Technologies

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Smowtion Review
Smowtion is a company that represents a network of digital content and develops advanced proprietary technology, specialized in bringing audiences to achieve effectiveness.
They represent global managed 150,000 sites in our content network, manually reviewed to be accepted and then monitored through our technology, with active health criterion of traffic and results.


We found the audience through the products within our network and always offer an environment “brandsafe”.
What type of Ad network are they?
Smowtion is a CPM,PPC and CPA based ad network. It can be good alternative to Google adsense.
Sign up process is easy but you have to manually add your website and also you need to verify it with meta tag. Smowtion will review and approve your website within 24 hours.
They provide different ad slot like 800 x 440, 336 x 280, 468 x 60, 728 x 90, 320 x 250, Pop, Slider and Outro.
CPM rates start from around $0.02
Payment method
Paypal, Check, Payoneer and their minimum payment amount is $100. You can check the payment proof here
For more info you can read their FAQ
Generate 20% extra revenue when sign up through this link
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Smowtion Details
 Network Type:
CPM, CPA, CPC
Ad types:
Banner, Slider, POP up, Intro
Payment Methods:
PayPal, Check, Payoneer (works as a debit card/ATM card)
Minimum Payment Threshold:
$100
Payment frequency:
NET 30
Conflict with other programs and/or exclusivity:
None
Requirements / Restrictions:
Adult not allowed
Website URL:
www.smowtion.com/en

eDomz Review

eDomz offers CPV and PPC based advertising, where advertiser gets to choose which advertising option they want for their business, in Cost Per View advertiser can get more unique visitor in low cost, where in Pay Per Click advertiser can get targeted unique visitor in affordable cost, our publisher has a choice to choose from CPV or PPC option to optimize earning from their website traffic.


Pros:
Easy Sign up process but website are manually reviewed before approval.
They offer low minimum payment and high revenue share with payment in every 15 days.
Ads are easy to setup.
It is said they they pay well for Asian and Indian traffic but you will have great income source for US,UK and other  Europe countries.
Good Alternative to Google adsense for Asian webmasters.
Cons:
They offer only POP Up/ POP Under ads.
They have mixed review on getting good CPM rates.
Tips:
Contact their support if you have good traffic and getting paid low.


eDomz Details
 Network Type:
CPM, CPC, CPV
Ad types:
POP up, POP under
Payment Methods:
PayPal, Payza, MoneyBookers
Minimum Payment Threshold:
$5
Payment frequency:
NET 15
Conflict with other programs and/or exclusivity:
None
Requirements / Restrictions:
Read FAQ or Contact them
Website URL:
www.edomz.com/
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Madadsmedia Review
Madadsmedia is global advertising network which works with top advertising networks to optimize ads on your website. They claim to help you with earning high revenue with their inventories.
Why Madadsmedia?
They align 100’s of ad networks, ad exchanges, and RTB advertisers to compete for inventory your inventory. Their optimization technology assures the ad provider with highest CPM is served, earning you the most for every impression.
Wide range of campaign includes CPM, CPC, CPA and CPL.
Pros:
100% fill rate.
High CPM rates starting from $.05
Easy to get accepted with following requirements as follows:
Family friendly content with 300,000 monthly page views or an alexa rank below 1 million.
Tested and found much better than many other ad networks.

Cons:
No affiliate program.
Reports are updated after 3 days.
 
Madadsmedia Details
 Network Type:
CPM, CPC, CPV, CPL
Ad types:
Banners,POP under, Mobile
Payment Methods:
PayPal
Minimum Payment Threshold:
$50
Payment frequency:
NET 45
Conflict with other programs and/or exclusivity:
None
Requirements / Restrictions:
Read FAQ or Contact them
Website URL:
www.madadsmedia.com/
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Admagnet Review

AdMagnet is a digital ad network launched by D.G.T.L Media Pvt. Ltd. and uses proprietary 4th generation ad serving technology to aggregate millions of ad impressions daily across categories, create audience segments and help advertisers reach highly fragmented Internet users. AdMagnet is the largest Indian digital property and 5th largest digital property overall (comScore Dec 2011) with an audience of 25.9 million unique users or more than 55% of all internet users in India.


Pros:
High CPM yields
Direct access to the best advertisers and agencies
100% inventory monetization
Cons:
No review or payment proof found online.
Found some negative reviews on digital point forum.
 

Admagnet Details
 Network Type:
CPM, CPC
Ad types:
N/A
Payment Methods:
N/A
Minimum Payment Threshold:
N/A
Payment frequency:
N/A
Conflict with other programs and/or exclusivity:
None
Requirements / Restrictions:
Contact them
Website URL:
www.admagnet.com
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RevenueHits is owned and operated by MyAdWise Ltd – a privately-held, Israeli-based, start-up company founded in 2008 by a team of experienced tech professionals, finance experts and successful online marketers.
Revenue Hits help publishers to generate more revenues with state of the art Contextual & Geo-targeted Ad Serving technology. Their innovative Performance Base (CPA) Ad Network was designed to help publishers to monetize websites, online assets, including toolbar, search, IM applications, widgets and more.


Pros:
CPM, CPA and CPC based Ad network
100% Fill Rate and Instant Approval on Signup
Accepts worldwide traffic
Different monetization methods
Easy to create ad scripts for your website or apps.
NET 30 payments
$50 payment via paypal, payoneer or wire transfer.
Cons:
Their ads are performance based so you need quality traffic to increase your revenue.
Overall Decent CPM rates. High eCPM rates for US, Europe Traffic

RevenueHits Details
 Network Type:
CPM, CPC, CPA
Ad types:
Banner, Pop Under, Slider
Payment Methods:
Wire, PayPal or Payoneer
Minimum Payment Threshold:
$50
Payment frequency:
NET 30
Conflict with other programs and/or exclusivity:
Read their FAQ
Requirements / Restrictions:
Read FAQ
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Website URL:
www.revenuehits.com

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